The Széchenyi Thermal Baths and Swimming Pool is located in Budapest, Hungary. Széchenyi offers a variety of medical services, including mud treatments, underwater curative gymnastics and carbon-dioxide baths, available with a medical prescription.
The Széchenyi Thermal Baths and Swimming Pool won the 2016 IMTJ award for the international thermal medical bath of the year.
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The Danubius Health Spa Resort, located in Maritsziget, Hungary, is known as the spa island of Budapest. All rooms have a balcony and the resort has indoor and outdoor pools, as well as a jacuzzi. The Wellness Centre offers wellness massages and baths, while the Medical Spa is home to a therapy centre, salt cave, laser eye clinic and dental clinic.
Danubius Health Spa Resort won the 2016 IMTJ award for international medical tourism hotel of the year.
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Time Zone:Central European
Weather/Climate:Hungary experiences typical Central European climate. Winters are snowy and cold (average of 3°C). Summers are warm and sunny with occasional rain (average of 20°C)
Currency:Hungarian forint (HUF)
Dialing Code: +36
Airlines Serving Budapest Airport
Kreativ Dental Clinic is one of Hungary’s most elite practices for dental surgery. Their facilities are top of the line, with completely up to date equipment, exquisite restaurants and even a relaxing Japanese garden. Kreativ Dental Clinic has an established UK branch, which is one of the main reasons hundreds of patients from the UK travel to Hungary for their dental procedures annually. The clinic is ISO certified.
Hungary is becoming one of the top destinations for medical tourism especially for dental care, and also popular due to its accessible location.
Hungarian hospitals and dental care facilities featured here are accredited by institutions such as the Hungarian Ministry of Health, International Organization for Standardisation and the Care Quality Commission. Dental professionals in Hungary are required to complete more schooling and technical training than most countries, making them experts in their field.
Hungary offers historical remains dating back to the Middle Ages, culinary classics such as goulash and paprika, crystalline natural hot springs and the iconic Danube River.
This country is conveniently located in the heart of Europe with Budapest as its capital city. With captivating landscapes, unique architecture and rich culture, Hungary has a wide range of activities, from exploring Buda Castle, to visiting the Budapest Opera House, hiking through the Balaton-Highlands National Park and relaxing in its healing waters.
Budapest, Hungary’s capital and largest city, is considered one of Europe’s most beautiful cities. Budapest is home to the world’s largest thermal water cave system as well as the world’s second largest synagogue and third largest Parliament building – the city’s top attraction.
Lake Balaton is Europe’s largest freshwater lake. It is also Hungary’s most popular summer resort. It’s so big it’s sometimes referred to as the “Hungarian Sea.” Ferries at Fonyod take passengers to Badacsony, a major wine-growing region. The north shore offers the historical bathing town of Balatonfured, the baroque Festetics Castle and more wineries,
Hortobagy National Park was established as Hungary’s first national park in 1973. It is the country’s largest protected area and Europe’s largest semi-natural grassland, with the alkaline steppe dating back 10,000 years. Expect to see wild horses.
Eger, northern Hungary’s second largest city, is famous for its magnificent baroque buildings. Hungary’s first Christian king founded the Episcopal cathedral, which remains an important religious center today. The cathedral was built on Castle Hill, with the city growing around it. The castle and basilica remain the city’s top sights, followed by the Valley of the Women, a series of wine cellars and restaurants built into surrounding hills.
Four Seasons Gresham Place
Le Meridien Budapest
Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget
Continental Hotel Budapest